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Author Topic: ⚒[CGA] Cryptographic Anomaly - The Elusive Coin⚒  (Read 224556 times)
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March 23, 2014, 07:28:49 PM
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So MPOS.CGA.anaomolypool finally paid out to my MuCoWa address, but now MuCoWa will not sync when I add my backed up wallet with that address back to it after reinstalling.  I know the address the cga was sent too, but I don't know of any way to put that address into a working wallet.  Anyone know how to do this, or did I lose my cga?  BTW, these cga were mined in the last few weeks and should not have been affected by the fork.  I am also using the latest cga wallet which is working fine.
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March 23, 2014, 08:49:51 PM
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Still having 1.5 CGA unconfirmed after a transaction between wallets during the first fork. Any way to recover those CGA's? If not, how do I get rid of the  transaction? Wouldn't like to have it pending like that for ever...
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March 23, 2014, 09:41:57 PM
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I have this payout of  0.53220505 from the digital mint pool http://cga.thedigitalmint.org/index.php?transaction=c6ef09821c88e7a0f82e9d186dd8b7cf2a24f77dc7dda8aa8b1dafc722b01fea that I never received at my deposit address at poloniex. (I'm only depositing directly to poloniex directly because of the forking and the fact that I'm unable to keep my wallet on the correct chain).

Was/is the digital mint on the wrong chain?
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March 23, 2014, 10:20:45 PM
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Looks like I chose the wrong time to mine this, probably have nothing to show for it. But anyway...

I compiled the new wallet and started a fresh sync but it won't got past block 8737.

Any hints?

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March 23, 2014, 10:37:18 PM
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Looks like I chose the wrong time to mine this, probably have nothing to show for it. But anyway...

I compiled the new wallet and started a fresh sync but it won't got past block 8737.

Any hints?

try to clear out any old peers.dat files

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March 23, 2014, 10:42:51 PM
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Looks like I chose the wrong time to mine this, probably have nothing to show for it. But anyway...

I compiled the new wallet and started a fresh sync but it won't got past block 8737.

Any hints?

try to clear out any old peers.dat files
I started with a clean slate, not even a wallet.dat. But I tried this anyway and same issue, gets to block 8737 and stops

If it helps,

Code:
2014-03-23 22:28:49 SetBestChain: new best=73f3147fadd913980617b8a5bdea301e0c0a5ef3434eec693ecaca0bb62b4604  height=8737  log2_work=44.743169  tx=9353  date=2014-02-07 11:22:25 progress=0.058806
2014-03-23 22:28:49  nActualTimespan = 639 before bounds
2014-03-23 22:28:49 GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
2014-03-23 22:28:49 nTargetTimespan = 80 nActualTimespan = 320
2014-03-23 22:28:49 Before: 1d02826c 00000002826c0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2014-03-23 22:28:49 After: 1d0a09b0 0000000a09b00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2014-03-23 22:28:49 ERROR: ConnectBlock() : coinbase pays too much (actual=100000000 vs limit=0)

COMM: CWjCf3Pb6vAgpRxbP2CKQQFLBXYuS7axpG
SHA: STpwADnhpYk7ZAMRmJvFDJaXSSby3LpGiu
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March 23, 2014, 10:45:41 PM
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Looks like I chose the wrong time to mine this, probably have nothing to show for it. But anyway...

I compiled the new wallet and started a fresh sync but it won't got past block 8737.

Any hints?

try to clear out any old peers.dat files
I started with a clean slate, not even a wallet.dat. But I tried this anyway and same issue, gets to block 8737 and stops

What version number?

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March 23, 2014, 11:01:44 PM
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Looks like I chose the wrong time to mine this, probably have nothing to show for it. But anyway...

I compiled the new wallet and started a fresh sync but it won't got past block 8737.

Any hints?

try to clear out any old peers.dat files
I started with a clean slate, not even a wallet.dat. But I tried this anyway and same issue, gets to block 8737 and stops

If it helps,

Code:
2014-03-23 22:28:49 SetBestChain: new best=73f3147fadd913980617b8a5bdea301e0c0a5ef3434eec693ecaca0bb62b4604  height=8737  log2_work=44.743169  tx=9353  date=2014-02-07 11:22:25 progress=0.058806
2014-03-23 22:28:49  nActualTimespan = 639 before bounds
2014-03-23 22:28:49 GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
2014-03-23 22:28:49 nTargetTimespan = 80 nActualTimespan = 320
2014-03-23 22:28:49 Before: 1d02826c 00000002826c0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2014-03-23 22:28:49 After: 1d0a09b0 0000000a09b00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2014-03-23 22:28:49 ERROR: ConnectBlock() : coinbase pays too much (actual=100000000 vs limit=0)

What are your machines specs? We had this problem before but don't have enough data to come to a conclusion. We think it maybe a "rounding" issue due to differences in processors. If you could let us know what OS (32 or 64bit) and  possessor you are using that would help. It think that  older (low powered) processors are not doing the math with enough accuracy as the others. This problem has been fixed in the latest update but trying to sync new wallets may be an issue on older machines.

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March 23, 2014, 11:08:00 PM
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I have this payout of  0.53220505 from the digital mint pool http://cga.thedigitalmint.org/index.php?transaction=c6ef09821c88e7a0f82e9d186dd8b7cf2a24f77dc7dda8aa8b1dafc722b01fea that I never received at my deposit address at poloniex. (I'm only depositing directly to poloniex directly because of the forking and the fact that I'm unable to keep my wallet on the correct chain).

Was/is the digital mint on the wrong chain?

The digitalmint is on the right chain. Poloniex may be updating (or not on the right chain) I have emailed them, give them some time, If you were on the correct chain and poloniex gets on the right chain you will get your coins.

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March 23, 2014, 11:10:50 PM
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What version number?
v1.3.2.1-unk-beta but looks like s4w3d0ff has the answer

Looks like I chose the wrong time to mine this, probably have nothing to show for it. But anyway...

I compiled the new wallet and started a fresh sync but it won't got past block 8737.

Any hints?

try to clear out any old peers.dat files
I started with a clean slate, not even a wallet.dat. But I tried this anyway and same issue, gets to block 8737 and stops

If it helps,

Code:
2014-03-23 22:28:49 SetBestChain: new best=73f3147fadd913980617b8a5bdea301e0c0a5ef3434eec693ecaca0bb62b4604  height=8737  log2_work=44.743169  tx=9353  date=2014-02-07 11:22:25 progress=0.058806
2014-03-23 22:28:49  nActualTimespan = 639 before bounds
2014-03-23 22:28:49 GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
2014-03-23 22:28:49 nTargetTimespan = 80 nActualTimespan = 320
2014-03-23 22:28:49 Before: 1d02826c 00000002826c0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2014-03-23 22:28:49 After: 1d0a09b0 0000000a09b00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2014-03-23 22:28:49 ERROR: ConnectBlock() : coinbase pays too much (actual=100000000 vs limit=0)

What are your machines specs? We had this problem before but don't have enough data to come to a conclusion. We think it maybe a "rounding" issue due to differences in processors. If you could let us know what OS (32 or 64bit) and  possessor you are using that would help. It think that  older (low powered) processors are not doing the math with enough accuracy as the others. This problem has been fixed in the latest update but trying to sync new wallets may be an issue on older machines.
Well you'd be right about old/slow processors, this is on an Intel Atom N280 (slow when new, nevermind now).
And it's a 32 bit linux mint 16 system. I've had 32 bit specific problems before (like with DGW now) so that could be an issue.

Any chance there's a recent-ish blockchain download link somwhere in this thread?

Thanks for the support

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SHA: STpwADnhpYk7ZAMRmJvFDJaXSSby3LpGiu
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March 23, 2014, 11:58:57 PM
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What version number?
v1.3.2.1-unk-beta but looks like s4w3d0ff has the answer

Looks like I chose the wrong time to mine this, probably have nothing to show for it. But anyway...

I compiled the new wallet and started a fresh sync but it won't got past block 8737.

Any hints?

try to clear out any old peers.dat files
I started with a clean slate, not even a wallet.dat. But I tried this anyway and same issue, gets to block 8737 and stops

If it helps,

Code:
2014-03-23 22:28:49 SetBestChain: new best=73f3147fadd913980617b8a5bdea301e0c0a5ef3434eec693ecaca0bb62b4604  height=8737  log2_work=44.743169  tx=9353  date=2014-02-07 11:22:25 progress=0.058806
2014-03-23 22:28:49  nActualTimespan = 639 before bounds
2014-03-23 22:28:49 GetNextWorkRequired RETARGET
2014-03-23 22:28:49 nTargetTimespan = 80 nActualTimespan = 320
2014-03-23 22:28:49 Before: 1d02826c 00000002826c0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2014-03-23 22:28:49 After: 1d0a09b0 0000000a09b00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
2014-03-23 22:28:49 ERROR: ConnectBlock() : coinbase pays too much (actual=100000000 vs limit=0)

What are your machines specs? We had this problem before but don't have enough data to come to a conclusion. We think it maybe a "rounding" issue due to differences in processors. If you could let us know what OS (32 or 64bit) and  possessor you are using that would help. It think that  older (low powered) processors are not doing the math with enough accuracy as the others. This problem has been fixed in the latest update but trying to sync new wallets may be an issue on older machines.
Well you'd be right about old/slow processors, this is on an Intel Atom N280 (slow when new, nevermind now).
And it's a 32 bit linux mint 16 system. I've had 32 bit specific problems before (like with DGW now) so that could be an issue.

Any chance there's a recent-ish blockchain download link somwhere in this thread?

Thanks for the support

Thanks for the info, I believe this may be the issue. We do not have a download link for the blockchain yet (need to look into getting one soon if this problem keeps coming up) in the meantime if that is the only machine you can put the wallet on then I would suggest getting MuCoWa it is based off of Multibit so the blockchain is on a server. Only thing is that the wallet charges a small fee for transactions.

This is by all means not a "fix" for the problem, but if you need local storage of CGA on an older machine then this should work.

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March 24, 2014, 03:40:49 AM
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So MPOS.CGA.anaomolypool finally paid out to my MuCoWa address, but now MuCoWa will not sync when I add my backed up wallet with that address back to it after reinstalling.  I know the address the cga was sent too, but I don't know of any way to put that address into a working wallet.  Anyone know how to do this, or did I lose my cga?  BTW, these cga were mined in the last few weeks and should not have been affected by the fork.  I am also using the latest cga wallet which is working fine.
I presume that something happened in MuCoWa that is not compatible with your old wallet, so here is what I would do:
- backup existing (new) wallet so it is secure (not overwrite old backup wallet!)
- re-install (or switch to directory with old MuCoWa, run it
- open the old backup wallet, don't care if it syncs, because you immediately do only the following:
- find out how to export the *private key(s)* for your CGA and store those securely
- close old MuCoWa
- run new MuCoWa again and import the stored private keys from the old wallet
- MuCoWa should now find the balance from the old wallet in the block chain. (because coins are stored in the block chain, not in a wallet)
NOTE: never publish your private key(s), those give full access to your coins in the block chain, including transfer elsewhere...
Success!

SYNC: Sd3XBRmhrrr39Wj4rtjb3YAkwWvCze44BZ                    ORB: odyWi677JDQy7Gc6Nv6kCdnajmScqgTkDE       Honest pools (payout matching calculation):
TransferWise: International money transfer for 1%fee        Doge to the moon! D9FGY7Bhwbj2jrnk7v8VR47HTu7vfVu1gV         Nut2pools and Steadymining
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March 24, 2014, 03:42:30 AM
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Why is TheDigitalMint showing 0 pool hash and has Poloniex frozen the CGA market?
Are we still recovering from a fork and is TheDigitalMint redownloading?

SYNC: Sd3XBRmhrrr39Wj4rtjb3YAkwWvCze44BZ                    ORB: odyWi677JDQy7Gc6Nv6kCdnajmScqgTkDE       Honest pools (payout matching calculation):
TransferWise: International money transfer for 1%fee        Doge to the moon! D9FGY7Bhwbj2jrnk7v8VR47HTu7vfVu1gV         Nut2pools and Steadymining
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March 24, 2014, 03:54:01 AM
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Why is TheDigitalMint showing 0 pool hash and has Poloniex frozen the CGA market?
Are we still recovering from a fork and is TheDigitalMint redownloading?

I can confirm that thedigitalmint seems to be down. Not sure why. Poloniex should be unfrozen as far as I know. I got an email from them saying they are on the latest version (1.3.2.1) about 2 hours ago.

Edit: Inceptioncraft block explorer seems to be forked or the front end frozen. http://node1.cga.anomalypool.com:2760/chain/CryptographicAnomaly is still good.

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March 24, 2014, 04:01:03 AM
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Why is TheDigitalMint showing 0 pool hash and has Poloniex frozen the CGA market?
Are we still recovering from a fork and is TheDigitalMint redownloading?
I can confirm that thedigitalmint seems to be down. Not sure why. Poloniex should be unfrozen as far as I know. I got an email from them saying they are on the latest version (1.3.2.1) about 2 hours ago.
I tried again to submit an order a second ago and it says "This market is frozen"

SYNC: Sd3XBRmhrrr39Wj4rtjb3YAkwWvCze44BZ                    ORB: odyWi677JDQy7Gc6Nv6kCdnajmScqgTkDE       Honest pools (payout matching calculation):
TransferWise: International money transfer for 1%fee        Doge to the moon! D9FGY7Bhwbj2jrnk7v8VR47HTu7vfVu1gV         Nut2pools and Steadymining
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March 24, 2014, 04:03:38 AM
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Why is TheDigitalMint showing 0 pool hash and has Poloniex frozen the CGA market?
Are we still recovering from a fork and is TheDigitalMint redownloading?
I can confirm that thedigitalmint seems to be down. Not sure why. Poloniex should be unfrozen as far as I know. I got an email from them saying they are on the latest version (1.3.2.1) about 2 hours ago.
I tried again to submit an order a second ago and it says "This market is frozen"

I will send him another email.

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March 24, 2014, 04:07:06 AM
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The market is to flooded with these alt coins. i PASS

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March 24, 2014, 04:22:01 AM
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Another junk coin.
Haters will be haters... you probably think that Tittiecoin is the greatest thing ever and will take over the world  Cheesy

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March 24, 2014, 06:42:15 AM
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Ugh, was solo mining, hope the coins I did get arent on the wrong fork  Sad

I hope you have been keeping up to date in the thread and irc, the older your client the more coin you will probably end up losing.  Undecided One of the causes of forks they think was a solominer on an out of date client.

Wow.. I lost everything  Angry



They did choose the fork for their own pool that no one else was mining at...

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March 24, 2014, 06:45:40 AM
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Anybody want to send me some sympathy CGA? I wasted 36 hours on the wrong fork  Cry

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I lost almost 30 CGA, 3 kilowatt.

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